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Child has red patches on face, not raised, no fever. Should I be worried?

my 2 year old daughter has little red patches bout the size of a finger nail on her body i notice one this morning on her face looks like a bug bite but not raised or bothering her she has no fever still eating fine and playing be normal but they are showing up on other parts of her body now should i be worried what could they be ?
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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Thank you for your query.
Based on the limited information you have posted it seems to be some sort of rash she is developing. If it is itching it might be allergic in nature.If it is ring like ,shiny and itching it might be a fungal infection. A photograph of the lesion or a detailed description would have helped a lot. kindly apply a calamine with aloe vera cream over the area thrice daily to see the effects.A mild antiallegic syrup might help too.If the lesion persists consult a dermatologist.Hope this helps you.Have a nice day.
Answered: Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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